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Off-Duty Baltimore Officer Kills Man Who Tried to Rob Him with Toy Gun

December 21, 2015
An off-duty Baltimore officer shot and killed an armed robbery suspect who police say tried to rob him with what turned out to be a toy gun.

Retrial of Baltimore Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case Set for June

December 21, 2015
Baltimore Police Officer William G. Porter will not be retried until June for his alleged role in the death of Freddie Gray, creating a problem for prosecutors who had hoped to call him as a witness at the upcoming trial of another officer charged in the case.

Baltimore Calm Overnight After Freddie Gray Mistrial

December 17, 2015
The streets of Baltimore were calm overnight after the Wednesday announcement of a mistrial in the trial of police officer William Porter.

Protesters Gather in Baltimore After Freddie Gray Case Declared a Mistrial

December 16, 2015
Protesters and police gathered in front of the Baltimore court where a judge declared a mistrial Wednesday in the first case connected to the death of Freddie Gray.

Mistrial Declared for First Baltimore Officer Accused in Freddie Gray's Death

December 16, 2015
A mistrial was declared Wednesday in the trial of Baltimore Police Officer William G. Porter, after jurors told a judge it could not reach a verdict on any of the four charges against him.

Jury Deadlocked in Trial of Officer Over Freddie Gray Case

December 15, 2015
Jurors in the trial of Baltimore police Officer William Porter reported Tuesday afternoon that they were deadlocked—but Judge Barry Williams sent them back to continue deliberating.

Leave Canceled for Baltimore Police as Jury Deliberations Begin in Freddie Gray Case

December 14, 2015
Baltimore police have canceled leave next week for officers "out of an abundance of caution," as jurors are expected to begin deliberations as early as Monday in the case against Officer William G. Porter.

Prosecution Rests, Defense Loses Dismissal Motion in Trial of Officer Over Freddie Gray Death

December 8, 2015
The defense request came after the state rested its case Tuesday morning, after calling about 15 witnesses over the course of less than five days. Jurors were sent home for the day, and the defense's presentation will begin Wednesday morning.

Jury Selection for First Officer's Trial in Freddie Gray Case Punctuated by Protests

November 30, 2015
A small group of protesters gathered outside the Baltimore courthouse on Monday morning as jury selection began in the trial of one of the six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray.

Former Baltimore Officer Acquitted of Dog Killing Charge

November 19, 2015
Judge Melissa M. Phinn said the state did not present adequate evidence that proved Jeffrey Bolger, 50, was responsible for the death of a seven-year-old Shar-Pei named Nala, when he slit the dog's throat in June 2014. Bolger was charged with mutilating an animal, animal cruelty, and misconduct in office.

Baltimore Officer Shot, Suspect Killed in Wednesday Gunfight

November 12, 2015
Officers were driving through the 3700 block of Oakmont Ave. about 7:45 p.m. when they saw the 32-year-old man with a gun, police said. They confronted him, and the gunman and at least one officer exchanged fire, police said.

Baltimore PD Begins Body-Worn Camera Pilot Program

October 27, 2015
More than 150 police officers in east, west and central Baltimore were equipped with body cameras Monday — instructed to begin recording their interactions with the public as a first step toward department-wide use of the technology next year.

New Baltimore Police Chief Confirmed

October 20, 2015
Amid protests by youth activists, the Baltimore City Council voted overwhelmingly to confirm Kevin Davis as the city’s new police chief Monday night.

Baltimore PD Breaks Up Sit-In Protest at City Hall Over Police Commissioner Selection

October 15, 2015
Baltimore police disbanded an overnight occupation of City Hall by activists who say they want a voice in the process of selecting a permanent police commissioner, and at least 16 people could be seen being led away to police vehicles early Thursday. More Here.

Video: Baltimore PD Breaks Up Sit-In Protest at City Hall Over Police Commissioner Selection

October 15, 2015
Baltimore police disbanded an overnight occupation of City Hall by activists who say they want a voice in the process of selecting a permanent police commissioner, and at least 16 people could be seen being led away to police vehicles early Thursday.

Two Officers' Statements Ruled Admissible in Freddie Gray Case

October 13, 2015
A Baltimore judge on Tuesday ruled that statements made by two of the six officers charged in Freddie Gray's arrest and death are admissible as evidence in their trials, and possibly the trials of their peers.

Batts Stop-and-Frisk Document Missing, Baltimore PD Says

October 12, 2015
Documentation of a "stop and frisk" by former police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts, which the Baltimore Police Department withheld from public disclosure, is now missing, the agency says.

Inside the Baltimore PD's Freddie Gray Investigation

October 9, 2015
As massive protest marches continued across Baltimore, the pressure was building inside police headquarters, and Commissioner Anthony W. Batts wanted answers — fast. Near midnight on a cool April night, he pressed six top commanders sitting at a conference table for details about Freddie Gray’s death.

Officers' Trials Set in Freddie Gray Case

September 29, 2015
The six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray's arrest and death will be tried separately over the course of the next several months, with proceedings against the first officer starting Nov. 30.

Fresh Evidence in Freddie Gray Case Could Delay Officers' Trials

September 24, 2015
Attorneys for all six officers, who are to be tried separately, said in a filing late last week that their clients wanted to attend a scheduling conference Thursday with Judge Barry Williams in order to "place on the record several significant discovery issues which affect the respective Defendants in different ways and may require certain Defendants to seek postponements."
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